A Wind Advisory is in effect on Thursday, Feb. 9, with some gusts reaching as high as 45 – 55 miles per hour. Tree branches or some power lines could fall today, so scattered power outages are possible.
Periods of moderate rain continue through the morning. Showers are lighter by afternoon. However, the bigger impact this afternoon is the wind. Homeowners are advised to sure any trash cans, outdoor decorations, trampolines, are secure.
Overnight, wind gusts will start to settle down. It’s still a little breezy Friday and cooler with highs in the lower 30s. A few snow showers or flurries are possible on Friday, but they have minimal impact. Temperatures are in the 30s again Saturday but it is dry and not as breezy. Sunday will be beautiful: sunny and highs in the upper 40s. Next week temperatures stay above normal once again. Another round of rain is likely Tuesday night into Wednesday.
Your ABC 57 First Warning Neighborhood Weather Center Forecast:
Thursday: Rainy, windy. High 54.
Thursday Night: Rain early. Breezy. Low 32.
Friday: Mostly cloudy, few flurries possible. Breezy. High 34.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. High 38.